Tuesday boys hoops roundup: Ravenna gets past North Muskegon in WMC contest

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Joel Emery’s 18 points and seven rebounds along with Kyle Beebe’s 12 points pushed the Ravenna boys basketball team to a 56-46 win over North Muskegon in a West Michigan Conference contest on Tuesday.

Troy McManus of North Muskegon put up 19 points to lead the Norsemen while Will Gallo added seven points and seven rebounds.

North Muskegon took the lead in the first quarter at 13-10, but Ravenna pushed ahead to a 27-19 advantage going into halftime and held it to the end of the third quarter at 38-28.

The Bulldogs moved to 4-2 for the season while North Muskegon is now 1-3 overall.

WEST MICHIGAN CONFERENCE

WHITEHALL 55, HART 28 – The Vikings opened with a strong first quarter, leading by a 20-2 margin.

Whitehall held its lead for the rest of the game, with a score of 34-19 at halftime and 42-22 at the end of the third stanza.

Dayton Cole scored 17 points for the Vikings, along with six rebounds on the night.

Whitehall moves to 5-1 for the regular season while the Pirates drop to 2-5 overall and 1-5 in the West Michigan Conference play. 

LAKES 8 CONFERENCE

WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 46, LUDINGTON 37 – The Warriors remained unbeaten in league play after defeating Ludington on Tuesday night.

Owen Varnado scored 16 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead WMC, while Brekken Fairfield added nine points and five rebounds. Michael Tencate chipped in with eight points and seven rebounds.

The Warriors led 17-12 at the end of the first quarter, 32-25 at halftime and 37-31 heading into the final stanza.

The Orioles were paced by David Schillinger with 13 points.

The Warriors are now 4-2 on the season and 4-0 in league play, while Ludington falls to 2-4 overall and 1-3 in conference action.

CSAA

FREMONT 65, CHIPPEWA HILLS 53- Braiden McDonald led the Packers to a victory with 23 points and 10 rebounds on Tuesday night.

Fremont’s Jordan McDonald added 13 points and eight rebounds while teammate Payton Mansfield chipped in with 11 points and seven rebounds.

The Packers led 20-10 in the first quarter, 36-26 entering halftime and 44-40 at the end of third quarter. Fremont was able to outscore Chippewa Hills 19-6 in the last four minutes of the game.

Fremont, which is now on a five-game winning streak, is now 6-2 overall and 5-1 in the conference.

O-K GREEN CONFERENCE

HOLLAND 53, MONA SHORES 48 – The Sailors trailed 15-7 at the end of the first quarter, then tied the game 20-20 at halftime. 

Mona Shores trailed 38-36 heading into the final stanza.

The Sailors were led by Keontae Richards with 16 points while Ethan Krueger added 14.

O-K RED CONFERENCE

GRANDVILLE 69 GRAND HAVEN 67-The Bucs fell in overtime in an O-K Red Conference battle on Tuesday.

Grandville jumped out to a 22-17 lead after one stanza and led 39-38 at halftime.

The Bucs took a 49-47 heading into the fourth quarter but could not hold the slim lead as the contest was deadlocked 61-61 heading into overtime.

Grandville outscored the Bucs by an 8-6 margin during the extra quarter.

Nic Stump and Harrison Sorrelle paced the Bucs with 18 points apiece, while Bashir Neely chipped in with 13. 

Grand Haven is now 4-1 overall on the season.

NON-LEAGUE

HOPKINS 56, KENT CITY 46 – After a close matchup through three quarters, the Eagles fell to Hopkins after a tough fourth quarter.

Hopkins led 13-10 in the first quarter, 28-26 at halftime and 41-40 going into the fourth quarter before closing out the contest with a 15-6 run.

Kyler Larson put up 15 points for the Eagles and Hayden Carlson scored another 10.

The Eagles are now 3-3 overall and 2-1 in conference play.

O-K BLUE CONFERENCE

HUDSONVILLE UNITY CHRISTIAN 63, SPRING LAKE 49 – The Lakers trailed 27-7 after the first quarter, 44-21 at halftime and 57-30 going into the fourth.

Callum Saxe scored a career-high against Hudsonville Unity Christian, putting up 16 points on the night, while Kaden George scored an additional 16 for the Lakers.

Spring Lake is now 1-3 overall and in the OK Blue conference.

 

 

 

 

 

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